The reason I went to Wakayama was I wanted to see her......
The Stationmaster, Tama.
Was I able to see her?
As for Tama, there is a good explanation in Wikipedia.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tama_(cat)
I took Kishigawa Line.
There is even Tama Densha, which means Tama Train.
But Ichigo Densha came, which means Strawberry Train.
The area around Kishi Station of Kishigawa Line has lots of strawberry fields.
I saw peach orchards along Kishigawa Line, so this area produces lots of fruits. Other parts of Wakayama prefecture is famous for tangerines, and plums. Wakayama is a place of lots which has lots of agriculture and surrounded by great nature.
I got to Kishi Station.
Tawa was not there. She is now fourteen years old. She is old for a cat, and I knew that.
Inside of Kishi Station, I just saw pictures of Tama. Kishi Station is a small museum that exihibits Tama's pictures.
Nitama works as a substitute of Tama.
She was an abandoned cat, and she works at Idakiso Station, not Kishi Station.
I felt so sad Nitama was in the case. I could not touch her. I was wondering if she was happy in the showcase-like cat house. I figured out in this way, she is protected. She seemed to be OK. She doesn’t work every day either.
But I was happy to see Nitama, as a cat lover.